Bruce McEnroe, Lawrence, and his niece, Grace Ladner, 4, from Wichita, bomb down a hill at Centennial Park in this December 2007 file photo.
Isaac Gardner, left, of Lawrence, crams snow down 13-year-old Cameron Humerickhouse's shirt Wednesday. In the background, Humerickhouse's father, Jerrad, of McLouth, watches and laughs.
Brian Hamm, left, and Maija Cheung, of Amherst, Mass., throw snowballs Wednesday while enjoying a a walk on Seventh Street. Cheung is a Free State High School alumna, and the two were visiting her parents for the holidays. This evening the area may get more precipitation in the form of freezing drizzle and snow.
Saturday's snow turned into Monday's fun while Allie Merritt, left, and Tim Stilwell, employees at Subway, 1720 West 23rd, made their version of a snowman during a work break.
Leonard Holladay 82, didn't let his age bother him while blowing away some of the 5 inches of snow that fell overnight Saturday.
Cars litter the side of Kansas Highway 10 about 3 miles east of Lawrence Sunday morning, the day after the area was hit with a snowstorm.
Sledder Calvin Morgan tests his skills at Alvamar Country Club, 1809 Crossgate Drive, on Sunday, a day after a storm blanketed the Lawrence area with several inches of snow.
Neil Goss, a Kansas University freshman, left, gets some cover from his mother, Lori Goss, both from Pratt, as they shop downtown Saturday during a blustery snowfall.
Jamie Schweda, left, tosses a log to Anthony Frye while clearing trees Thursday near North Seventh Street in North Lawrence. In the background, center, Josh Prochnow cuts down stumps with a chain saw. They all work for Wright Tree Service. The company was contracted by Westar Energy Inc. to do routine line clearance so falling branches wouldn't break power lines.
Landon Walrod, 13, takes aim at a portable hole Thursday during a game of snow golf in Eudora with friends Chris Snow, 13, in white, and Cristan Abts, 12.
With the help of a four-wheeler, Kayla Lee, 11, gives her sister, Madison Lee, 3, and friends Tequila Ray, 9, and Chance Rivera, 10, a sleigh ride Thursday down an alley in Eudora.
Eudora Fish appears to be hugging her father Paschal Fish against the cold as Wednesday night's storm left a dusting of snow on the statue and trees in Eudora's CPA Park.
Dennis Brady, right, and Richard Long, drive along the South Park subdivision helping clear out driveways and the streets in their lawn mowers turned snow plows Sunday.
Sunday afternoon, Ethan Sandburg dumps a pile of snow from his shovel while his father Doug and his older brother Drew clear the driveway of Saturday's snow.
Two-year-old Hunter Benedict enjoys eating a snowball as he and his mother Mindy Benedict race along side Tommy Wetta, 8, on the hill behind the Tonganoxie High School on Monday.
Caitlin Bowers, 7 (front), Gabrielle Bennetts, 4 (middle), and Stacy Bennetts, all of Leavenworth, cruise down a popular sledding hill in Leavenworth's Stubby Park Thursday afternoon.
Geese take off Wednesday, Dec. 26, from Ray Miller Park in Leavenworth.
A Lansing Correctional Facility inmate assigned to a work crew for the Lansing School District clears snow in a parking lot east of the Lansing Intermediate School. The inmate was out early Wednesday afternoon, but he may have to repeat his work: Snow continued falling throughout the afternoon and into the evening hours Wednesday.
Alicia Mein, Lansing code enforcement officer, shovels snow from the steps leading to her home at 208 S. Main Street in Lansing. "It's not hard staying warm," Mein said Wednesday afternoon, "But I'm starting to get tired. This stuff is heavy."
Jared Bowers, 9, Leavenworth cruises down a popular sledding hill in Leavenworth's Stubby Park on Thursday, Dec. 27. Bowers and other thrill-seekers took advantage of the winter weather after a recent snowfall.
Don Varnau, a custodian at Cordley School, blows snow from the sidewalk Friday near 19th and Kentucky streets. Another round of snow blanketed Lawrence early Friday morning.
Christopher Blevins, 10, tips over on his way downhill at Centennial Park on Thursday, Dec. 27, 2007. The slippery slope drew sledders from across Lawrence seeking thrills and spills in the winter weather.
Lawrence city workers fill their trucks with a salt and sand mix to spread on the city's streets Monday morning. Lawrence's salt and sand supply should last the winter.
Recent sleet and snow storms had birds of all feathers flocking for food at feeders when the sun came out Sunday north of Vinland.
Katie Kurtz cradles her sister, Cheyenne, as the two launch from a ramp on the sledding slope Monday near Kansas Highway 10 and Church Street in Eudora. Plentiful sunshine, fresh snow and a day free of school made for great sledding Christmas Eve.